Lara Schoorl is a poet, curator, and art historian from the Netherlands and lives in Los Angeles. She is the publicity manager at The Green Lantern Press in Chicago and works at the Museum of Jurassic Technology and Hat & Beard Press. Her recent writing can be found in The Conversant, The Huffington Post, Tique Art Paper, University of Arizona Poetry Center Blog, and the anthology Sisternhood. She is a co-author of the end of may. (Author photo by Isabella Rozendaal.)
Will You Join Me in Taking Up the Body?: On Sara Uribe’s “Antígona González”
Lara Schoorl finds inspiration in “Antígona González” by Sara Uribe....